Systems and Systems Theory
The term system refers to a complex cognitive apparatus that organizes or orders an image of empirical phenomena in the mind of an observer according to a structural strategy. As a cognitive apparatus, the concept system consists of a cross-referenced set of ideas that produces a certain type of mental image used to represent phenomena thought of as being external to the mind. It operates in the mind as a kind of artificial “thinking” machine that imposes an order on the mind’s transactions within itself and between itself and a world encountered through the senses.
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